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DIAGNOSTIC REPORT PATIENT: KAREN CARPENTER REQUEST NUMBER: 112233 AGE: 40 years COMPANY: SUBLIME LTD ID: 44795938B DEPARTMENT: PRE SURGERY REQUEST DATE: 27th, Mar 2014 HISTORY: 447959 DELIVER DATE: 27th, Mar 2014 REQUESTER: Dr. HANNIBAL LECTER SEX: F CHAPTER NUMBER: 14165 REQUSTED PROCEDURE: BILATERAL MAMMOGRAPHY CLINICAL INFORMATION: Review MAMMOGRAPHY: Tissue composition (ACR BI-RADS): B. breasts with poor patchy density Nodules: Low density nodule in IXXnf./CII of MD, no changes since at least 2014, with good echographic correlation. Calcifications Asymmetries Distortion ULTRASOUND: Skin and complex areola-nipple: normal Other findings: No Tissue composition: homogenous glandular fibro tissue. Nodules: nodule in IXXInf of MD of 8 mm, with hypercogenic foci in its interior, already characterized as benign in previous studies. Conduits: Normal Underarms: Normal JUDGEMENT: BI-RADS 2. Benign findings RECOMMENDATION: Usual controls THE PATIENT IS INFORMED: Yes IST Medical Cullera, nº 73 – FERIA Building – Valencia (SPAIN) – Phone +34 963 90 40 49 – Fax: +34 96 394 32 02

PATIENT INFORMATION Mammography is the basic imaging method and essential in the diagnosis of breast disease, the only one recognized asa screening technique for breast cancer, allowing its early detection, and the only one that has shown a reduction in mortality rates. BACKGROUND PATTERNS (the type of pattern conditions, in large part, the sensitivity of the mammogram): • TYPE A: Breast with percentage of glandular tissue 75%. Approximate sensitivity for the detection of breast cancer = 48%. OBSERVATIONS mammograms of rutna. BI-RADS SYSTEM: • Many peripheral injuries may not have been covered in the projections • Tangible alterations not visible or described in the present radiological exploration have to be reevaluated clinically in case tests or procedures are necessary complementary • The presence of "dense" background patterns (C and D) makes it advisable to complete the study radiological with other procedures, such as breast ultrasound and / or tomosynthesis. SYSTEM BI-R On 1993 the American College of Radiology (ACR) developed the Breast Imaging Reporting and Data System (BI-RADS), a method to classify mammographic findings. Today it is considered the universal language in the diagnosis of breast disease. BI – RADS 0 BI – RADS 1 BI – RADS 2 BI – RADS 3 BI – RADS 4 BI – RADS 5 BI – RADS 6 Not conclusive by incomplete reading. Additional image tests are needed. Normal breast. Benign findings (cancer probability similar to the general population). Probably benign findings (

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